Top 10 Music Genres You Will Most Likely Hear Out in Public

By public, I mean places like Malls, Grocery Stores, Restaurants etc. These genres of Music you are most likely to hear out in public

The Top Ten

1 Pop

Ugh yes! And not even the good kind of pop plays, just the same mediocre to downright bad stuff. From school functions to a grocery store it's always the same stuff over and over again and it's so tiring having to listen to the same meh to bad music over and over again. It's worse when people sing along to these meh or terrible songs and honestly it's a little scary but hey that's just me I suppose. Either way, I'm just done with the mediocrity of modern music, just plain done. - Anonymousxcxc

That's why the busy ( Working ones I mean..) people don't bother to heed music in their life... - Ananya

I never hear anything in public other than pop and maybe the occasional rap. - jrodz

Give me ONE place that doesn't play any pop music.

oh wait, there's none

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2 Electropop Electropop

It's pretty hard to distinguish this from pop and electronic because it sounds similar to both genres - Neonco31

3 Electronic Electronic
4 Hip Hop

Every time I hear someome playing music out loud it's always hip hop (German hip hop that is). - Martin_Canine

5 Rap

I totally hear more FUNK than RAP in PUBLIC (6/29/17) - EliHbk

10? More like 1. - 445956

6 Pop Rock
7 Jazz Jazz
8 Dance Pop
9 Rhythm and Blues Rhythm and Blues
10 Soft Rock

The Contenders

11 Country
12 Rock Rock Rock music is a music genre that was created in the 1950s . The genre really got popular in the 60s, 70s and 80s . It generally consists of a guitar player, a drummer, bass player and singer . There are a lot of rock subgenres .
13 Synthpop Synthpop
14 Funk Funk
15 Reggae Reggae
16 Classical Classical

I would choose this over most genres. Tired of all the cheesy music we hear mostly on the radio and T.V.. Classical music were written by geniuses.

17 Pop Punk Pop Punk
18 Hard Rock Hard Rock Hard Rock is a subgenre of rock music known for having heavier guitar riffs/solos. It originated around 1964-1965 with various Garage Rock bands.
19 Post Grunge
20 Alternative Alternative
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